Black Sunday Film Festival Vol. 4: Line Up

After the huge success of the first three events, the Black Sunday Film Festival returns to the Hen and Chickens Theatre on Sunday 24th June for Volume 4!

Black Sunday Film Festival: Volume 4

They’ve got their biggest and best line up to date ready and waiting for you to feast your eyes on; including the return of the extremely popular short film block, showcasing talent from all over the world. There’s also going to be two amazing feature films closing out Block 1 and 3 of the event.

Block 1 kicks off with Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir from Writer/Director David E. Munz-Maire, an outstanding short that has been a huge hit across the world on the festival circuit. This is followed by the feature film The Three Don’ts from Writer/Director Paddy Murphy.

The Short Film Block returns in Block 2, with more genre goodness from across the globe. It kicks off with Bride of Frankie from Writer/Director Devi Snively; another short that has been a huge success all over the world, including screenings at the Athens Film Festival and the legendary Shriekfest Film Festival.

We then have animated short Wood, from Writer/Director duo Sean Sears and Tor Freeman, followed by fun UK short The Monkey from Director James Atkins, UK Dark
Comedy Toby from Director Ash Ogden (which we guarantee will stay with you!), and the amazing US smash hit After Ashes from Writer/Director Jesse McAnally.

The festival concludes with Block 3, opening with French short, GAB from Writer/Director Gazanfer Biricik and closing out the festival is the UK-produced festival hit, Charismata from Writer/Director duo Andy Collier and Toor Mian.

For all other information, follow the festival on Twitter, @WeAreHorror, as well as the official sponsor @ArrowFilmsVideo. And you can grab your tickets now by clicking this link.

Here’s the line up in full:

Block 1 – 1.00pm

Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir
The Three Don’ts

Block 2 – 03.45pm

Brides of Frankie
The Monkey
After Ashes

Block 3 – 06.15pm


Get your tickets by clicking this link.

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